Motala 2000 Home
Motala 2000 Home comes with our highly reliable chain drive. Unlike screw drive, which is normally used in platform lifts, this technology does not cause wear. The lift requires little or almost no maintenance in terms of replacing or repairing our controlled chain drive and the technology creates no noise. We are so convinced of the reliability of the chain operation that we provide a lifetime guarantee on the guides, chain and guide rails and we have been using this technology problem-free since 1995.
This platform lift is adapted for use in homes and has a lifting platform. This makes the Motala 2000 Home considerably cheaper to buy and install than other types of lifts.
Motala 2000 meets current requirements for housing and does not take up more space than absolutely necessary. The shaft can be fitted with glazing on all sides, which gives an attractive appearance. The lift is also environmentally friendly – the energy consumption is only a third of most comparable products and no oil changes are required during servicing.
The chain has a coating that reduces friction. This means that no oil is needed, which reduces the need for service. No oil leaks occur and there is no waste oil to deal with. The need for cleaning becomes less.
The electric drive system has a frequency converter that minimizes power consumption and provides smooth stopping and starting. This reduces the strain on the electrical system and results in low energy consumption. Only one phase with a 10A fuse is needed for our chain drive, compared to 16A which is otherwise normal in platform lift installations when using e.g. screw and nut technology to lift the platform.
Quick and easy installation
Motala 2000 Home takes about two days to install, as the lift is built from inside the shaft with special platforms supplied by Motala Hissar – so no scaffolding is needed around the shaft when it is being built.
Motala 2000 Home is covered by the standard warranty of 2 years (warranty outside Sweden is 1 year).
Photo: Sabrina Scheja, Rebstein